I used Hunkydory Easter Wishes kit to make this beautiful Easter card. I made up the 3D-decoupage topper, using the die-cut elements, and added a sentiment before mounting onto a 5×7 card blank. I then used a craft knife to cut adound the topper, through both layers, to make a standing cross. Thank you Hunkydory for producing such a beautiful kit.
is perfect for Easter and Spring. It is called Nesting Sparrows and comes as a set with birds too. I have coloured using a combination of Promarkers and Copics and fussy cut it before fixing to a DL card using foam pads. The sentiment is from Hunkydory.
has allowed us to use this super-cute Easter digi stamp. I have used it once for a CAS card just simply coloured with Promarkers. The second card is also coloured with promarkers but the image has been fussy cut and mounted on the background that comes with the digistamp.
This week for My Creative Moments Design card I am working wth a digistmap called lovely lillies from
Pink and green is always such a pretty combination, partially because of theor positions of the colour wheel but mainly becase it looks so fresh! Can you tell I’m longing for spring? I have coloured it with Promarkers and mounted onto a pink card blank, CAS style.
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I have used this digistamp and I send this heartfelt wish to all of you. Thank you for taking the time to look at my cards and creations and I wish you a blessed 2021 – may it be much better for us all.
I have used a flower digistamp with a sentiment called Aster Flower . The design is delightful and I teamed it with a bible verse sentiment that I found on Word Art Wednesdays. The backing papers are by Teresa Collins.
This is a Hundydory card of a style I have never tried before. Who could think a Hunkydory car could be CaS? I cut various leaf die cuts from silver and white card but everything else on the card is from the Hunkydory topper and backing sheets (Wonderful Wintertime – A wise old winter). I think this is one of the nicest cards I have made in a long time 🙂
I’m going all Christmassy today with 2 very different cards made with papers from Decosse’s Dynamite Doodles. The papers are so versitile that I was able to make two very different Christmas cards.
The first card uses the Pine Boughs digi paper which is matted onto green parchment paper. It was a perfect backdrop to a pack of owl topppers I bought from my local HobbyCraft. The wooden heart came from the same place and the word Peace was cut using a Creative Expressions die. The paper is so pretty, it will be a perfect backing paper for a verity of cards.
Another summery card from me this week, although the weather here in the UK has dramatically changed over the last week! I am currently looking out on a rainy view of my garden, but at least the grass is “greening-up” again. My garden has benefitted from lockdown this year and is looking very pretty and have been productive, giving us fruit. salad and vegetables.
So onto today’s card, which is made with a digistamp from:
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